Author Archives: CloudTweaks

Cloud Infographic: The Cloud Strategy Race

Cloud Infographic: The Cloud Strategy Race

Cloud Infographic: The Cloud Strategy Race Avere, a data storage company, recently teamed up with Gatepoint Research to look at cloud optimization strategies. The survey found that 80% of respondents have some sort of cloud storage in place. About 37% cited that they use the public cloud, while 35% cited they use a private cloud. Additional survey findings included the following: Respondents place the…

PaaS And IaaS: Rising Champions Of Cloud Computing

PaaS And IaaS: Rising Champions Of Cloud Computing

PaaS and IaaS: Rising Champions of Cloud Computing In the cloud conversation, Platform as a Service (PaaS) and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) appear much less than the famed Software as a Service (SaaS). This is not surprising when you consider that a world already populated with built platforms and infrastructure has but to operate…

Wetting Our Toes In The Big Data Sea

Wetting Our Toes In The Big Data Sea World population has reached 7 billion, and as of the middle of 2012, it is estimated that worldwide there are 2.4 billion Internet users, more than a third of the Earth’s population. As universal as the Internet has become, it is perhaps not a completely understood thing.…

Wall Of Confusion And The DevOps Tea Party

Wall Of Confusion As an I.T management model that expands on the Agile Development framework, DevOps has seen much increase in hype in the last two years. In contrast to how Social Media and the Web 2.0 concept defined content generation and content consumption, the collective approach to I.T operations and software development systems looked…

Big Data: Automation At Sea

Big Data: Automation At Sea As fascinating as we find big data’s potential as a management tool, the sources of big data also need to be considered. Anywhere an electronic signal or impulse is recorded, there is a potential data point. In isolation, these data points can be used to increase process efficiency. Collectively, they…